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After Google, Qualcomm and Intel reportedly stops dealing with Huawei

After Google announced that it’s ceasing some business with Huawei, Bloomberg reported today that chipmakers like Intel, Qualcomm, and Broadcom are stopping component supplies to the Chinese tech giant until further notice. This is a huge blow to the company’s future as a device maker. Google’s ban means that Huawei can’t use certain parts of Android, including Google Play services, Google Maps, and Gmail. But, it can still use open part of Android – aka Android Open Source Project (AOSP) – and ...
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Magic Leap buys Belgian startup building hologram teleconferencing software

Princess Leia’s hologram message to Obi-Wan is getting closer to reality, at least augmented reality. Magic Leap announced yesterday that they’ve agreed to acquire Belgian startup Mimesys. The team has been working on bringing Star Wars-esque volumetric video calls to the Magic Leap platform, and it seems that the Florida AR startup liked what they were developing. We didn’t get any details on deal terms. The team is joining Magic Leap but will continue to service their enterprise clients inc...
Tags: Startups, Florida, Intel, BNP Paribas, Augmented Reality, Magic Leap, Leia, Mimesys

Nvidia's 'crypto overhang' appears to be over. Here's what Wall Street is saying about Nvidia's Q1 results. (NVDA)

Nvidia on Thursday reported better-than-expected first quarter results. Revenue guidance for the second quarter was also ahead of expectations. Wall Street analysts were positive on Nvidia following the results. Watch Nvidia trade live. Nvidia on Thursday evening reported better-than-expected first-quarter results, sending shares up more than 5% after the closing bell. They were set to open little changed on Friday.  The chipmaker earned an adjusted $0.88 a share on revenue of $2.22 billion,...
Tags: Amazon, Trends, Bloomberg, Intel, Nvidia, Nintendo, Data Center, Gpu, Robinson Humphrey, NVDA, Amat, William Stein, Harlan Sur, Christopher Rolland, Mark Lipacis, Jensen Huang

Here's what a Huawei ban would mean for the company and the US

This is an excerpt from a story delivered exclusively to Business Insider Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers. To receive the full story plus other insights each morning, click here. The US government made two announcements that threaten Huawei's ability to do business in the US and abroad. First, the US Commerce Department placed Huawei on an "Entity List" that bans US suppliers from selling components or parts to the Chinese telecom without government approval,   accord...
Tags: Google, Europe, China, US, Trends, Intel, Huawei, Qualcomm, ZTE, Trump, Reuters, US Commerce Department, Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider Intelligence Apps, Reuters Shipment

The 13 highest-paying internships in tech

Nearly half of all the companies included in Glassdoor's recent ranking of the 25 highest-paying internships were tech firms. Facebook was rated the highest, with a median monthly pay of $8,000 for interns. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Internships are incredibly valuable for gaining real-world experience before entering the workforce. But they can also be a lucrative source of income, especially in the technology industry. Glassdoor recently published its latest ranking...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Trends, Intel, Dell, Sap, Cisco Systems, Glassdoor, Cupertino California, ViaSat, Redmond Washington, SAP Enterprise, Tesla Interns, Amazon Interns

Zombieload forces a choice between performance and security. What will you do?

Intel has handled the recent discovery of a security vulnerability in its CPUs with confidence, a contrast to its reaction to Spectre and Meltdown. But with ZombieLoad, performance and security seem to be at odds, and you have to choose. The post Zombieload forces a choice between performance and security. What will you do? appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Security, Trends, Intel, Computing, Spectre, HyperThreading, Zombieload

Nvidia isn't offering guidance for the full fiscal year because a big slowdown in data-center spending is causing 'uncertainty' in the chip market (NVDA, INTC)

Nvidia shares rallied Wednesday after it posted upbeat results, but the stock slid after the company said that, like Intel, it was still wrestling with uncertainty in the data center market. Nvidia also said it was not going to give a full-year outlook, which one analyst said underscored the uncertainty. CEO Jensen Huang highlighted the chip company's gains on other fronts, including gaming and AI. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories After Nvidia shares rallied Wednesday on th...
Tags: China, US, Trends, Intel, Nvidia, Huang, Kress, Bernstein Research, Colette Kress, Marty Wolf, Stacy Rasgon, Bob Swan, NVIDIA Intel, Jensen Huang, Rasgon, NVDA INTC

Tesla's senior director of global communications is leaving the company — here are all the key names who have departed in the past year (TSLA)

Tesla is known for its high rate of executive turnover, and the past year has been no different. During a year in which the automaker faced production and delivery issues, investigations from the federal government, and questions about the decision-making of CEO Elon Musk, departures from senior employees have added yet another challenge. Tesla's senior director of global communications Dave Arnold is leaving the company. Arnold served the electric automaker for two years. Tesla has seen a...
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CHEAP: Tickle your gaming senses with Dell’s G5 laptop at $599 ($350 off)

There are many gaming laptops around now, but Dell‘s still one of the trusted gaming laptop makers. If you’re on the hunt for a new machine for your playing needs, Dell’s G5 gaming laptop’s down to $599 from $999 (use the discount code: AFFDG5). It’s not a top-end machine, but it’s powerful enough for your Fortnite, Apex Legends, or Dautness needs. The device packs some impressive specs like a 15.6-inch full HD screen and 256GB NVMe SSD. Here’s the full spec sheet: Specifications Screen: 15.6-in...
Tags: Startups, Intel, Dell, Plugged, Fortnite Apex Legends

Trump's Huawei ban could spark a tit-for-tat fight with Beijing that puts Apple in the middle of the crossfire (AAPL, NVDA, INTC, AMD, QCOM)

The US ban on Chinese tech giant Huawei could trigger a major retaliation by Beijing. Analysts say China could hit back at US tech giants doing business in the Asian nation, with Apple especially at risk. One analyst believes the reaction could be so severe that the effect on some US tech companies could be 'disastrous.' Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories A ban on Chinese tech giant Huawei by the Trump Administration could spark a tit-for-tat with Beijing that would turn th...
Tags: Apple, Japan, China, US, Trends, Intel, Beijing, Huawei, Idc, Trump, Wedbush, Ives, US Commerce Department, Trump Administration, Bajarin, Stacy Rasgon

10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Wednesday. Intel has been impacted by a chip security flaw that affects every chip released since 2011. Called ZombieLoad, the flaw is made up of four bugs and lets hackers exploit design flaws. Apple, Google, Mozilla, Microsoft, and Amazon all released patches for the flaw. The bug could leak sensitive data like passwords and messages. San Francisco became the first US city to ban the use of facial recognition software by police and ot...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Disney, US, San Francisco, Trends, Intel, Cnn, Comcast, Hulu, Alexa, McNeill, Amazon Alexa, Kent Walker

Huawei is about to unveil an AI-powered rival to Oracle databases that an analyst calls the ‘first salvo in US-Chinese database wars’ (ORCL, MSFT, IBM)

Huawei on Wednesday will introduce a new AI-powered database system powered by ARM chips. An analyst called the move "the first salvo in the US-Chinese database wars." Huawei is at the center of an international drama – the rollout comes two days after Huawei's embattled CFO sent a defiant letter thanking employees for their support as she fights extradition to the US.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. As Huawei finds itself at the center of an international drama, the Chi...
Tags: Apple, Asia, Microsoft, US, Trends, Cisco, Iran, Intel, Earth, Canada, Ibm, Thanos, Huawei, Idc, US China, Ray Wang

ZombieLoad is Meltdown resurrected. Here’s how to secure your PC right now

This year's follow up to Intel's Meltdown and Spectre chipocalypse is the new MDS attack. Four distinct attack methods have been uncovered that could leave your data exposed, but thankfully patches are already available. The post ZombieLoad is Meltdown resurrected. Here’s how to secure your PC right now appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Security, News, Trends, Intel, Computing, MDS, Zombieload

Download this security patch now if your PC is powered by Intel

This year's follow up to Intel's Meltdown and Spectre chipocalypse is the new MDS attack. Four distinct attack methods have been uncovered that could leave your data exposed, but thankfully patches are already available. The post Download this security patch now if your PC is powered by Intel appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Security, News, Trends, Intel, Computing, MDS

Download the latest security patch immediately if your PC is powered by Intel

This year's follow up to Intel's Meltdown and Spectre chipocalypse is the new MDS attack. Four distinct attack methods have been uncovered that could leave your data exposed, but thankfully patches are already available. The post Download the latest security patch immediately if your PC is powered by Intel appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Security, News, Trends, Intel, Computing, MDS

New Intel security flaws could slow some chips by nearly 20%

Intel Corp and a group of security researchers on Tuesday said they had found a new set of security flaws in its processors that will be difficult to fix and are related to problems found last year.
Tags: Money, Intel, businessNews, Intel Corp

Intel announces another security flaw in chips

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Intel has revealed another hardware security flaw that could affects millions of machines around the world. The chipmaker said Tuesday there’s no evidence of anyone exploiting the bug. The bug is embedded in the architecture of computer hardware. Intel says it could let attackers see leaked data but it’s difficult […]
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Apple, Microsoft, and Google are all releasing fixes for ZombieLoad, a scary security flaw in Intel chips that researchers just discovered (INTC)

Researchers that found the last huge Intel security hole have found a new one. This time, however, Intel and the rest of the industry were ready with patches. The hole impacts just about every PC and server that uses any kind of Intel processor. It lets hackers potentially see your web history, your passwords and the your disk encryption keys. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The same researchers that found the Intel Spectre and Meltdown flaws which sent Intel and the whole...
Tags: Apple, Google, Microsoft, Trends, Intel, INTC, Intel Core, Apple Microsoft, KU Leuven, MDS, Graz University of Technology, Zombieload, Microarchitectural Data Sampling MDS, Business Insider Among the Intel, Xeon Broadwell Sandy Bridge Skylake Haswell, ZombieLoad Intel

A year after Meltdown and Spectre, security researchers are still announcing new serious risks from low-level chip operations

Spectre and Meltdown are a pair of chip-level security bugs that exploit something called "speculative execution," through which chips boost performance by making shrewd guesses about which computer operations are performed together. Spectre and Meltdown represented a new class of never-seen-before attacks, and as news of their existence percolated through security circles, it sparked a scavenger hunt for more errors of their sort, with many more coming to light. Intel calls these "Microar...
Tags: Amazon, Security, Business, Video, News, Intel, Infosec, Meltdown, Spectre, Fallout, MDS, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Andy Greenberg, Speculative Execution, RIDL, Zombieload

Harder software: Reason Rack Extensions, in actual hardware racks

Once upon a time, Propellerhead ran an ad showing a bunch of hardware synths in a trash bin to make a point. This time, we get the opposite – a KORG Polysix for Reason running back in hardware. By now, these arguments about analog versus digital, software versus hardware are all surely irrelevant to music making. But recent developments go one step further: they produce an environment in which inventors and developers no longer have to care. The vision is, make your cool effects and synthesis co...
Tags: Music, Hardware, Sweden, Trends, Tech, Intel, Analysis, Gear, Linux, ARM, Modular, Cdm, Music Tech, Musicos, Vst, Korg

BitDefender researchers discover terrifying security vulnerability in Intel CPUs

Researchers from Romanian security firm BitDefender have uncovered a troubling security vulnerability in Intel processors that could allow an attacker to access privileged kernel-mode information typically considered “off limits” for most applications. An exploit for the vulnerability, which is called microarchitectural data sampling (MDS), has been proven to work on Intel’s Ivy Bridge, Haswell, Skylake, and Kaby Lake processors. This is the most recent CPU-level vulnerability discovered in Inte...
Tags: Security, Startups, Intel, Kaby Lake, MDS, Ivy Bridge Haswell Skylake

Hailo launches its newest deep learning chip

Hailo, a Tel Aviv-based AI chipmaker, today announced that it is now sampling its Hailo -8 chips, the first of its deep learning processors. The new chip promises up to 26 tera operations per second (TOPS) and the company is now testing it with a number of select customers, mostly in the automotive industry. Hailo first appeared on the radar last year, when it raised a $12.5 million Series A round. At the time, the company was still waiting for the first samples of its chips. Now, the company ...
Tags: Startups, Technology, Tel Aviv, Ceo, Intel, Companies, Artificial Intelligence, Nvidia, Hailo, Neural Networks, Mobileye, Integrated Circuits, AI chips, Javier Xavier AGX, Intel Hailo, Orr Danon

Lenovo unveils the world’s first ‘foldable PC’ and I’m actually kinda excited

Foldable phones have been all the rage this year, so we shouldn’t perhaps be surprised that someone would up the ante soon. Lenovo showed off its upcoming foldable PC at its Accelerate conference today. The device will fall under its premium Thinkpad X1 line, and will launch next year. The device will have a 13.3-inch 2K OLED display made in partnership with LG, and will be powered by an Intel processor. Right now the company showed off just an early prototype, and we don’t know the full spec sh...
Tags: Startups, Intel, Lg, Lenovo, Insider, Engadget, Plugged

Intel’s new CEO used to be CFO, and analysts worry he may not have the technical chops to lead the company through the stormy waters ahead: ‘Intel needs a strong technical leader’ (INTC)

Intel's new CEO Bob Swan used to be its CFO, which has sparked a debate among analysts who wonder if he's the right person to lead the chip giant. Intel has been led mostly by engineers, and some analysts argue the Silicon Valley icon needs a technologist at the helm. Other analysts disagree, saying Swan's background is not an issue for a company with a 'deep bench' on the tech front. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Intel's bumpy first quarter under new CEO Bob Swan has s...
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The best Intel processors for 2019

Intel chips are still arguably the best for gaming and other predominantly single-threaded tasks. If you're wanting an Intel chip for your next upgrade, this guide will show you the best Intel processors currently on the market. The post The best Intel processors for 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, Budget, Trends, Intel, Computing, Buying Guides, Intel Processors, Intel CPU, 8th Generation

Nvidia is getting whacked as Trump's tariff deadline draws near (NVDA)

Nvidia shares were under pressure Thursday as President Donald Trump's deadline to raise tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods draws near.  At 12:01 a.m. ET on Friday, tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods will increase from 10% to 25%, and a fresh 25% tariff will be placed another $325 billion worth of Chinese goods. Chipmakers are particularly sensitive to Chinese demand. Watch Nvidia trade live.  Nvidia shares were getting whacked Thursday morning, do...
Tags: China, US, Trends, Intel, Nvidia, Amd, Donald Trump, Trump, Rbc, NVDA, Jensen Huang, Mitch Steves

Intel’s next-generation Comet Lake-S CPUs may need new motherboards

Intel's next desktop CPUs aren't coming until early 2020, but when they do arrive they could require additional expense in the form of a new motherboard, according to a new driver breakdown. The post Intel’s next-generation Comet Lake-S CPUs may need new motherboards appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Intel, Computing, Motherboard, CPU, Socket

New Intel CEO Bob Swan takes a humble tone in a meeting with investors after a huge earnings shortfall: ‘We let you down’ (INTC)

Bob Swan assumed a humble tone in his first Intel shareholder meeting as CEO: "We let you down." Analysts were disappointed with Intel's earnings report last month, highlighted by weak data center business results. Intel shares slipped after Swan made his remarks. One analyst pointed to Intel's forecast of low-single digit percentage growth in next 3 years at the shareholder meeting. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Intel CEO Bob Swan kicked off his first shareholder mee...
Tags: Trends, Intel, Santa Clara, Wolf, Brian Krzanich, Patrick Moorhead, Swan, Marty Wolf, Bob Swan, Joel Kulina, Moor Insights and Strategy

Intel shares drop, three-year outlook seen lagging rivals

Intel Corp shares declined 2.5 percent on Wednesday after executives forecast modest profit growth over the next three years, signaling it is likely to lag big rivals as the once-dominant chipmaker catches up in technology.
Tags: Money, Intel, businessNews, Intel Corp

Why WinX DVD Ripper Platinum best Windows-based DVD decode & convert software

Many think that DVD collection seems to be anachronistic when everything is available through streaming? Do you also fall into this category? Are you the person who doesn’t want to throw those precious DVDs? Looking for ways to protect them. Sometimes there may even be discs breaks, discs scratches and less possibility of not lasting forever. What will you do with those broken discs which you have spent a lifetime building a library? Here is the solution Ripping them to the external drive ...
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